We’re located on the third floor of the new Williamson Health & Wellness building, which previously operated as Williamson Memorial Hospital. When you commit to inpatient treatment at ki®RC Williamson, you get the benefit of immediate access to the various health and wellness services located in the same building, and the advantage of receiving treatment in a modern medical facility.
We have 46 beds in our Williamson, WV inpatient drug treatment center, where we accommodate men and women seeking professional treatment and support for alcohol, substance use, or co-occurring mental health disorders. Programs at our Williamson location include:
Get the support you need today to build a healthier future. You can contact our main office or reach out directly to any of the facilities in our network to speak with a caring representative. Learn more by calling us today at 866-861-9772.
859 Alderson St, 3rd Floor
Williamson, WV 25661
The experienced, expert staff at kathy ireland® Recovery Centers by Ascension Recovery Services are here to help you achieve long-term sobriety. You can take back control of your life and health – and we can show you how. When you’re ready for change, we’re ready for you.
Courtney Cox is passionate about helping others in their battle to overcome addiction challenges and live a fulfilling life in sobriety. She has leadership experience in large business growth, both at start-up and established treatment centers. Her own personal experience with recovery makes her dedicated to helping others on their journey of recovery succeed as well.
Jason Batten is a clinical mental health and substance use disorder counselor holding active licenses in several different states. He received his Master of Arts in Professional Counseling and Master of Business Administration both from Liberty University. Jason Batten has been a practicing human service professional for the past 10 years and has held several roles in various agencies ranging from Mental Health Counselor to Director of Operations. Jason Batten specializes in providing general mental health and human service support for people experiencing homelessness, serious and persistent mental illness, and substance use disorders. In Jason’s current role he oversees the clinical programs across kathy ireland® Recovery Centers’ sites. Jason is passionate about person-centered and behavioral therapies that have proven effective with a wide range of clients. Jason believes that effective treatment helps people learn to live well and experience deep meaning and purpose in life
Tina Richard BSN, BA is an experienced Healthcare Executive with more than 25 years of delivering quality patient care, compassion, and empathy to patients and families. Nurses have the opportunity to heal the mind, soul, and hearts of our patients. Every day a nurse will change and touch lives, but if you’re extremely blessed, you will find that a life will touch and change yours. she enjoys spending time with her family camping, hiking, fishing/hunting, skiing and riding side-by-side through the mountains. She tells us, “I am extremely blessed to be working with an amazing organization where we empower our residents to take back their life and strive for a new beginning and a new life with sobriety.”
Joey started his professional addiction career by helping to develop and launch a mindfulness-based treatment center called Jacobs Ladder, which is featured in Netflix documentary “Recovery Boys.” Joey has traveled both internationally and locally to participate in screenings and community discussions on substance use disorder and treatment. Joey helped develop the collegiate recovery at West Virginia University where he served as a graduate assistant in their program. He helped WVU Medicine develop a detox and residential treatment center called the Center for Hope and Healing, which is open and operational in Morgantown, WV. During his time at WVU, Joey spoke for the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and various other organizations. Joey has work experience with nationally renowned treatment programs and serves individuals needing treatment on the front lines. Joey has been with the ki®RC–Williamson team from inception to opening.
Whitney Allen holds a MA in Counseling and BS in Human Services Management. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, Targeted Case Manager, Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Supervisor. She has nine years of experience working with clients with substance use disorders, PTSD, anxiety, and a range of other concerns. Whitney has several years of experience managing and providing supervision to a clinical team of counselors, case managers, and other clinicians in the field.
There are certain bridges in life that when you cross, you know your life is changed forever. My voice is one of many that continues to echo throughout the recovery community. I had dug myself in a hole so deep that I couldn’t vision myself climbing out of. While attending undergrad at West Virginia University, I began developing an opioid addiction that at the time, didn’t realize I would eventually become powerless to. As I packed my bags for pharmacy school in Palm Beach Gardens, Fl, the first thing I put in my luggage was my addiction. We tell ourselves that we can quit any time we want.We cheat, steal, and deceive our loved ones at all costs to get that fix. By the time I was in my fifth semester of graduate school, the gravity of my addiction altered a long-term goal that I had been working towards for the past six and a half years. At the age of 26, I moved back in with my parents penniless, unemployed, uninspired, and broken.I couldn’t believe how far I had fallen.Several months prior I was living in a condo on the beach with only a year and half away from getting my Doctorate of Pharmacy. I had this giant monkey on my back that I believed I could manage on my own. My addiction continued to get worse and worse over the next several years and it was only until I entertained the idea of entering treatment was my life changed forever. I was admitted into a 28-day treatment program where I realized, I needed to transition into long-term care afterwards. Today, I am four and a half years clean. I own my own home, I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, I am state certified as PeerRecovery Support Specialist, and have been working in residential treatment facilities for the past two and half years. When I hear the phrase “Hell on Earth”, what comes to mind is what people endure in active addiction. People often ask me what I do for work and I tell them staying sober is my job, working for kathy ireland® Recovery Center is my hobby. We do recover!
Rebecca Bevins is the Nurse Manager at the Williamson location as of November 2022. She has been a Registered Nurse for 14 years and been in the medical field for 22 years. Her background is ICU/CCU and SICU/MICU, and she has also worked in prison in Kentucky for about a year with inmates that were locked up for numerous things anywhere from five years to life in prison. She has also worked as a laboratory technician and a medical assistant.
She is from Kentucky and has been married for more than 30 years. She has one daughter and 3 dogs. Her hobbies consist of traveling, crafting, swimming, playing with and walking my dogs, and reading.